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Kainay Community Church looks to make 'We Serve' a tradition

MUSKEGON, Mich.--  The cities of Muskegon and Muskegon Heights look even better, thanks to an army of volunteers from  Kainay Community Church.

On Saturday, September 7, 200 volunteers visited 21 places around the cities for an inaugural day of service called “We Serve.”    Pastor Jeff Steele says the projects included cleaning and painting and Mona Lake Park, Every Woman’s Place, Webster House Youth Services and Muskegon Pregnancy Services.  Church volunteers also planted shrubs and perennials along Glade Street in Muskegon Heights, cleaned and sorted The Hope Project’s thrift store, built planting boxes for a courtyard at Christian Care, installed siding on a widow’s home and cooked and served hot dogs during youth soccer games for the grand opening of the Fruitport Soccer Complex.

Steele says Kainay Community Church plans to make “We Serve” a tradition.

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